IN the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League Alan Davison Cup quarter-finals there were wins for Whitley Bay Cibos and Milbourne Arms.
Cibos overcame division two form team Ashington Grand 5-2. Goals for the Cibos came from Carl Paterson (2), Mark Nicholson (2) and James Milner.
Milbourne’s game was over as a contest as early as the 10th minute when Ashington White House found themselves 3-0 down, with the Milbourne finally running out 4-1 winners.
The premier division saw Burradon gain a narrow 2-1 victory away against Ashington Mortimer. Burradon had a player in form in Paul Willery who scored both their goals.
Blyth Comrades came out on top in their encounter with The Eagle, Terry Self scoring the only goal of the game.
Division one saw New Hartley gain a valuable point at home against Monkseaton Arms in a 3-3 draw.
On target for Hartley was Terry Clough, Nick Jefferson and Sean Storrey. Goals for Arms came from Antony Brannon (2) and Gary Parker.
Ashington Grand Street had a turn in fortunes when they won away at Earsdon Red Lion. After finding themselves 3-0 down, Earsdon came back strong in the second half but could not score the third goal.
Phil Harbetson and Andrew Smith scored for the Lion
Monkseaton Hunting Lodge had a comfortable 5-1 win at Blyth Masons Arms. Goals for Lodge came from Edmund Garrett (2), Tony Hall, Liam Graham and Steven Dynes.
New Delaval and Newsham found it tough against form team The Albert, going down 4-2 at home.
North Shields Gunner returned to form with a 5-3 at home against High Street. On target for the Gunner were Martyn Evens (2), Andrew Robinson, Paul Noon and Aaron Langlands.
Rockcliffe Arms overcame a spirited Blyth Seahorse 4-2. Scoring for the Rockcliffe was Simon Gourley and Jonathan Kerr with two each.
Division two saw the comeback of the day. Trailing 4-0, Ashington Fox Cover did a Newcastle United and earned a draw at home against Blyth South Beach.
North Shields Catholic Club went down 4-2 at home against league leaders Cowpen Percy Arms. On target for the Catholic Club were Andrew Walker and Nicky Whitelaw. Cowpen’s scorers were Paul Huck (3) and Ian Dawson.
West Allotment had to come from behind to defeat basement side The Newsham 2-1. Both goals came late in the game from Andrew Peacock. David Lillico scored for the Newsham.